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us our national security. >>shepard: yesterday, a bill was approved to crackdown on the leaks putting restrictions on which members of the intelligence committee can talk to the media. two u.s. attorneys are investigating how the sensitive information made its way to newspaper articles about cyber attacks on iran and the would be underwear bomber. this week the former massachusetts governor romney accused president obama of using the leaks to political gain. the white house called that accusation an "insult." wendell is like at the white house this afternoon. has the administration said we are positive the leaks did not come from inside the administration? >>reporter: no. press secretary carney pointed out there are two investigations trying to pin down where the leaks came from but ruled out the president's involvement saying the president finds it preposterous to suggest the white house would leak the information for gain. the president is the most important consumer of classified information. >> he has to make life-and-death decisions based on that information all the time. he thin
journal" which is owned by the parent company of this network. john bussey is with us. how do we process this? >>john: it is a very bad recession with an unusually bad effect on younger people. our economic supporter has a piece on this situation. if you look back to the last bad recession in the early 1980's, it went down and it came back. people lost jobs or could not find work and then they could it recovered quickly. this is taking so long that we are finding younger people are going, now, for years without finding a job. and the key thing is that at the beginning of your career, you move around a lot. you are chasing the brass ring trying to find what you want to do. the bulk of your income growth happens in those early years. so it is setting young people back in a number of bad ways. >>shepard: there is one way to look at that, that our economy and our model has not changed with the times in the way it has in other countries. >>guest: or if you have a recession brought on by a financial sector crisis, not a business sector crisis, where the inventories rise and you have to burn th
spike, slowing investment in u.s. companies and jeopardizing development in energy projects that create american jobs. ask congress to stop a dividend tax hike -- for all of us. >>shepard: there is word now that iran could be about three years fromming have missile capable of hitting the united states. one of the findings in a new pentagon report. congress got the report last month but bloomberg news got a copy of it. and according to those documents iran's military is making progress improving the accuracy and the "killing power," of the missile arsenal. it says that iran "has methodally cultivate add network of sponsored terrorists surrogates capable of targeting u.s. and israeli interests." it says that iran could be capable of testing long-range intercontinental missile by 2015. and jonathan hunt is here following this. a lost worrying claims in this report to hear from those who have been through it. >>jonathan: it says iran is using all the tools in their box to increase their influence and power in the region from the most benign diplomatic outreach to other countries in that reg
but this reporter cannot talk about using occasionally gruff language and the fact of the matter is, the staff and the reporters living together 24/7 get testy and the staff are not the ones on the ballot. the candidate will be. >>shepard: is it true he only answered three questions from reporters on a three-nation tour? karl california -- >>carl: he gave interviews to most of the cable networks and to network anchors and his staff were available but they did not do the things that many are accustomed to. he did not come on the press plane to talk or hold availablibilities and answer questions from the traveling press. that is frustrating for reporters hoping to have an opportunity to report more than just what he did publicly. it did not happen. the frustration was exhibited in that group of tough questions leaving the memorial for pope john paul ii which is not the place if that type of shouting. the stater -- the staffer made the point. clearly. >>shepard: republican lawmakers releasing a report on the fast and furious operations and smoking fingers at specific government officials. and the
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